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LEKAS warned that the annual growth of HIV/AIDS cases in the West Javan city of Bogor can potentially become a time bomb.
518,516 people with HIV/AIDS in Indonesia have yet received antiretroviral (ARV) medication says support group Rumah Cemara.
Bogor legislator plans to pitch a new regional regulation draft overseeing the LGBT community he claims will suppress HIV/AIDS cases.
An HIV-positive man in Britain has become the second known adult worldwide to be cleared of the AIDS virus after he received a bone marrow transplant.
Tangerang Health Department verified that a total of 464 people were infected by HIV/AIDS across 15 sub-districts.
Health authorities in England said on Friday that they support a plan to double to 26,000 the number of participants in an HIV prevention pill trial.
Nanoparticles carrying bee toxin were shown to be able to destroy the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) without damaging its surrounding cells.
HIV infection outbreak is mostly caused by a lack of knowledge on health services, including HIV and AIDS test and consultation.
Zimbabwean-born Australian Chris Muronzi has unprotected sex with a Sydney woman without disclosing his diagnosis as someone with HIV.
The Srikandi Sejati Foundation has been actively involved in transgender empowerment and campaigns against HIV/AIDS.
Cho said that Indonesia should be applauded for its effort to raise public awareness on HIV and provide treatment funded by the government.
Data released by UNAIDS showed that out of approximately 1.7 million PLHA in Southeast Asia only 43 percent are eligible for treatments.
A team of scientists have announced the creation of a new drug candidate that is effective against the virus that cause AIDS.
At least 40 people were found to have been infected by HIV in the city of Jayapura.
The number of infants infected with HIV and AIDS in the province is expected to rise in 2015.
The Tangerang Health Agency noted that there are in total of 626 prostitutes in several red light districts in Jayanti, Balaraja, and Sukadiri.
Ten percent of all AIDS patients in Central Java are in their teens, according to PKBI Central Java branch.
As a newly formed province with a population of 1.2 million, 500 is quite a significant number in Bangka Belitung.
The Health Ministry has allocated Rp 613 billion in 2013 for HIV/AIDS programs.